"Akosua Adoma Owusu is a Ghanaian-American filmmaker, producer and cinematographer whose award-winning films and installation work address the collision of identities, where the African immigrant located in the United States has a "triple consciousness." Owusu interprets Du Bois' notion of double consciousness and creates a third cinematic space or consciousness, representing diverse identities including feminism, queerness and African immigrants interacting in African, white American, and black American culture."--Container
Ajube kete (6 min.) (2005) -- Tea 4 two (2 min.) (2006) -- Intermittent delight (5 min.) (2007) -- Boyant : a Michael Jordan in a Speedo is far beyond the horizon (4 min.) (2008) -- Me broni ba (22 min.) (2009) -- Drexciya (12 min.) (2011) -- Split ends, I feel wonderful (4 min.) (2012) -- Kwaku ananse (26 min.) (2013) -- Bus nut (7 min.) (2015) -- Reluctantly queer (8 min.) (2016) -- Mahogany too (3 min.) (2018) -- On Monday of last week (14 min.) (2018) -- Pelourinho : they don't really care about us (9 min.) (2019)
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